Club Drive announce UK headline shows for 2017

British pop 4-piece Club Drive have unveiled brand new tour dates for 2017, which will see the band take on their first national headline run playing three major cities across the country.

The announcement sets the band up perfectly for the new year. It comes off the back of their latest single ‘Leaving’, an unapologetic slice of pure pop brilliance, with yet another planet-sized chorus, proving themselves to be Britain’s very own answer to the likes of One Republic, Maroon 5 or The Script. You can watch the video HERE.

Club Drive’s debut release, their 4-track Dangerous EP, made a strong statement earlier this year, packing a huge melodic punch and placing the band firmly on the map. As well as the title track ‘Dangerous’ and ‘Leaving’, the band showcase their romantic side with ‘Overthrown’, and offer up a stunning acoustic version of their track ‘What Happened’. Listen to the EP in full HERE.

Already making a name for themselves across social media and with a fast-expanding – and very fervent – fanbase, Club Drive have captured the interest of Radio 1’s BBC Introducing team where ‘Dangerous’ was featured across the Introducing network as ‘Track Of The Week’. The four-piece played a sold-out intimate EP launch show at The Islington back in September, alongside a main stage slot at Liverpool’s Fusion Festival.

Get ready for one of the most exciting British pop bands in years!

March 14th – London, The Garage
March 18th – Manchester, Sound Control
March 21st – Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge

(For full ticket information, click HERE)

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